The 15-foot-tall “Perdido” is the latest addition to the College’s collection of public art.
An art historian analyzes José Clemente Orozco’s “The Epic of American Civilization.”
A Dartmouth student writes about “Picasso: The Vollard Suite,” on view at the Hood.
During his residency, the artist’s work will be on view at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Tchunpi is one of the most important and prolific Chinese artists of the modern era.
Former Dartmouth student interns return annually to volunteer at the popular film festival.
Picasso’s influential print series is being shown at Dartmouth alongside the works that inspired it.
Four recent graduates received the Department of Studio Art’s Perspectives On Design Award.
Augustus Washington, who entered Dartmouth in 1843, used a daguerreotype camera to document history.
The Dartmouth professor has received critical praise for a show at the Rice University Art Gallery.